Hatters rated v Gillingham

Luton Town were held to a 2-2 draw by Gillingham in their latest League One clash at the weekend.

Monday, 18th March 2019, 11:23 am
Updated Monday, 18th March 2019, 11:26 am
Danny Hylton is mobbed after opening the scoring on Saturday

The hosts had led twice, only to be pegged back by their struggling opponents, who levelled with 11 minutes to go. Here's how the Hatters rated on the day.

Keeper had a far busier afternoon than recent games, with Gills looking threatening throughout. Swept up the danger well when he had to, and no real chance with either goal.
Wonderful energy to burst down the right wing all afternoon, although final ball wasn't quite at its best on this occasion. Did make it two in two by beating Holy at his near post though.
Not afraid to cut in from the left and shoot, as he got up in support well. Almost defeated Holy from a free kick, before being outjumped by Eaves for the first equaliser.
Dependable display from the centre half who had he connected with an audacious volley would have brought the house down. Wont be happy at all with conceding twice.
Like the rest of the defence, found Eaves and Hanlan a tough proposition, as the visiting duo often escaped their markers to take up some good positions.
Kept play moving effectively, but holding role stunted his ability to drive forward as much as he had done in recent away games. Did manage to now and again, winning the corner that saw Luton open the scoring.
Another game, another display oozing with class from the midfielder. So close to finding the top corner in the first half while played in for Stacey perfectly for the second.
Few nice moments, linking the play cleverly as he got a start with McCormack's injury. Sent an angled effort over, before tiring slightly as expected, replaced midway through the second period.
Rasping drive forced Holy into a smart save and was always looking to get on the ball and keep Town moving. Needless foul for the leveller though as it give ONeill his chance from distance.
Gives so much to the team, going close inside 20 seconds. Turned in Hyltons effort only to be ruled offside and then headed just wide in stoppage time. Town will miss him next weekend.
Reacted quickest to control Reillys misdirected clearance and then cleverly prod into the net for his seventh goal of the season and second in successive home games.
Regular change now which allowed Justin to move into midfield.
Looked to have won it, only to see his shot somehow deflected inches wide. Would have been good to see him on earlier.
Too late to really have an impact.